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Standoff in Cerritos Apartment Ends, Suspect Reportedly Found Dead

 

 

LASD brought in this emergency helicopter which landed at Cerritos Elementary across from Concordia Lutheran. The LBPD, who was the lead agency, set up their command post at Concordia Lutheran’s parking lot. That helicopter is known as “Air 5.” It is stationed in Long Beach. Air 5 has a five person crew. Two pilots, one Crew Chief, and two Paramedics. The Crew Chief and Paramedics all had previous SWAT experience. Their primary mission is to conduct recuse missions where time or terrain negate the use of ground resources. They are deployed most often in water, mountain, or desert environments. The helicopter is known as “Air 5.” It is stationed in Long Beach. Air 5 has a five person crew: two pilots, one Crew Chief, and two Paramedics. The Crew Chief and Paramedics all had previous SWAT experience. Their primary mission is to conduct recuse missions where time or terrain negate the use of ground resources. They are deployed most often in water, mountain, or desert environments. Photo by Brian Hews.

The standoff that occurred in Cerrito’s this morning between a suspected drug dealer and Long Beach police ended around 11 o’clock today with the suspect reportedly found dead.

Long Beach police served the suspect with a warrant this morning, and the suspect immediately shot back reportedly with an assault rifle.

There were other reports the suspect had numerous other weapons in the house.

The officers fired back and the suspect was able to escape to a bedroom in the apartment.

Hews Media Group was the only media on scene and  was told that the officers used a robot to breach the house.

The robot eventually entered the bedroom with its camera showing  the suspect lying on the floor on his stomach.

The officers entered the house went into the bedroom where they reportedly found him dead.

 

Video of Air 5 taking 0ff from Cerritos Elementary.

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